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COVID-19 Update

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Facilities & Programs Update as of 9.15.20

The State of Illinois is currently in Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois Plan. Several outdoor facilities are now open with reduced restrictions. 

Facilities currently open 

All Parks (for groups of 50 or less, sports are permitted)

All Playgrounds (social distancing and masks required)

Outdoor restrooms are available from 8am to 6pm. Port-a-potties only are available at Longfellow, Stevenson, Rehm and Fox. There is no restroom at Euclid Square Park.

Stevenson Skate Park – see guidelines

Longfellow, Fox, Field and Andersen splash pads through the end of September

All Tennis/Pickleball Courts including Barrie Center location – see guidelines

Ridgeland Common and Maple Park Dog Parks – see more information

Oak Park Conservatory - 30 person maximum allowed in show rooms. Social distancing and masks are required. Rentals are available for 50 or less. Rentals for 2021 now being reserved.

Stevenson, Barrie and Longfellow Basketball Courts open, half-court play only. Spectators should obey social distancing in seating areas.

Rehm Park Sand Volleyball - Spectators should obey social distance guidelines.

Ridgeland Common Ice Arena: Public Skate is available Saturdays & Sundays by reservation, Hockey  & Figure Skating lessons going on now!

Facilities currently closed:

All drinking fountains – bring your own reusable water bottle when visiting parks

Customer Service Locations at Ridgeland Common and GRC - Customer Service can be reached at 708.725.2000, M-F, 8:30AM -5:00PM; Sa & Su, 10AM-4PM or at info@pdop.org

Ridgeland Common & Rehm Pools: Closed for the season – see more information

Community Centers/Administrative Center

Cheney Mansion: Currently booking rentals for groups of 50 or less. Rentals for 2021 now available.

Programs

Fall programs are available for all ages and interests – more information

Fall & Holiday Special Events including "Do It Yourself" Frank Lloyd Wright Races, Halloween Movie Day for Kids, The Great Pumpkin Smash, Visits with Santa & much more – more information

Unlimited Fitness Pass is Back!

At Home Activity Ideas available here

Virtual programs currently available here

Free Virtual Fitness classes available here

We encourage the public to follow social distancing guidelines.

CDC guidelines about when and where to wear masks

Residents are welcomed to walk park paths following social distancing guidelines.

If you or your family are looking for resources and information to cope with COVID-19 and its impact, here is a resource guide packed full of information and resources currently available in our community.

This guide will be updated regularly.

Illinois COVID-19 FAQs

COVID-19 Know the Facts from the CDC

Staff Contact Info

The following is staff contact information for your questions.

If you have a question pertaining to a customer service matter such as program registration, refunds or transfers, please contact Scott Sekulich at 708.725.2023.

If you have a question pertaining to community center rentals or park permits, please call Scott Sekulich at 708.725.2023.

For Ridgeland Common Recreation Complex rentals please call Kayla Fauria at 708.725.2315.

For Conservatory rentals, please call Patti Staley at 708.725.2451.

For Cheney Mansion rentals, please call Susan Crane at 708.725.2500.

To speak with other staff members regarding a program or facility question, please access our staff directory.

Read about the Village of Oak Park's actions to address the Coronavirus

Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to address the Coronavirus pandemic.

Precautionary Steps

The CDC has advised that since there is no anti-viral prevention treatment currently available for the virus, taking common sense precautions is the best approach to adopt such as:

  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or with your sleeve.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water.
  • Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60-95% alcohol if washing your hands with soap and water is not an option.
  • Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects in your home such as TV remotes, cell phones and computers.

 

 

 

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